Clark McNulty was born in 1980 and currently lives and works in Brisbane, Australia as the Director of eCommerce Operations for Adreno Spearfishing. Previous to this, Clark was a Global Buyer for Fortune 100 Honeywell International negotiating millions in purchases for strategic commercial and military projects. His real passion lays with producing documentary photos in which he seeks to explore the variability of the underwater world. Clark’s Photography work has appeared in print publications such as Guy Harvey Magazine, South Bay Magazine, Hawaiian Skin Diver as well as apparel catalogs like the JSLV ’15 look book. Clark spent significant time honing in his skills diving offshore in the chain of Channel Islands off the coast of Southern California. In 2001, Clark crewed in Transpacific Yacht Race from San completing the 2,225 mile nautical race in 8 days, 5 hours, and 3 minutes. He studied at Orange Coast City College and University of Colorado at Boulder. Film Work includes filming for the BBC: Enchanted Kingdom project, Cash Money Record Label, Aaron Sims Visual Effects Company and various Big Game fishing tournaments around the globe.
Rhett McNulty has 20 years experience in early stage start-ups, building teams and solving problems. His passions lay in new technology, rapid growth, and giving back.
Rhett currently consults some of some of Silicon Valley’s fastest growing start up. Previously, Rhett was COO and Co-founder of Shopit.com, an eCommerce company which helped individuals and brands monetize their ‘friend’ networks within sites like Facebook and MySpace. He led Shopit to become the largest e-Commerce provider within Facebook in 2007. Shopit was sold to Atrinsic [ATRN] July 2009. Rhett found early success as one of the founding employees and investors at Shopping.com, the first online retailer to act as a “big box” store. Shopping.com was acquired in 1999 by Compaq [HPQ] for $220 Million in an all cash transaction. Mr. McNulty holds a B.A. from the University of Miami.
Sophia Neveu currently lives in Hermosa Beach and works at the Fowler Museum at UCLA in the capacity of Events and Visitors Services. In this role, Sophia is responsible for all non public events including large scale membership/development recognition and cultivation events. Prior to the Fowler Museum, Sophia worked for LA>.
Colin Mangham has nearly 25 years, branding, marketing, design and business development experience. He has consulted dozens of Fortune 500 companies, guided success for a 100+ start ups and been an early stage angel investors in a dozen of them.